Goggles for FPV

FirstPersonView.co.uk are the UK main agents for FatShark. We carry the UK's largest stocks of FPV Goggles, including the commemorative issue FatShark Attitude V4, the best selling Fatshark Attitude V3 and the Dominator V3 video goggles.  Find the world's best FPV products below.

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FatShark Attitude V4 Goggles

FatShark Attitude V4 Goggles

£362.98 Ex Tax: £302.48

FatShark Dominator HD3 FPV Goggles

FatShark Dominator HD3 FPV Goggles

£499.00 Ex Tax: £415.83

FatShark Dominator V3 FPV Video Goggles

FatShark Dominator V3 FPV Video Goggles

£349.00 Ex Tax: £290.83

FatShark Attitude V3 Modular FPV Goggles
FatShark Transformer Binocular Viewer
FatShark Transformer HD Bundle

FatShark Transformer HD Bundle

£249.00 £287.81 Ex Tax: £207.50

FatShark Velcro Foam Kits for Faceplates
Fan Equipped Faceplate for Attitude V3 Goggles
Fan equipped White Faceplate from FatShark
FatShark Replacement Head Strap (Blue)
FatShark Zipper Case For Video Goggles with FacePlate
Diopter set for Fat Shark Goggles

Diopter set for Fat Shark Goggles

£17.99 Ex Tax: £14.99

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What are FPV Video Goggles?

First Person View (FPV) is a sport where a small camera and video transmitter is mounted on a radio controlled plane or quadcopter ("camera drone"). The live video feed is transmitted from the air for the pilot to view and so fly the aircraft from the "cockpit view" or "first person view".

The FPV goggles form the ground based part of the system, displaying the live video on magnified screens in front of the pilot's eyes and creating a totally immersive experience.

Which are the best types?

FatShark produced the first dedicated FPV goggles with built-in video receiver, and they have been the market leader ever since. We carry the full FatShark range.
Manufacturers such as Spexman and Headplay offer alternatives for different requirements and price points. Have a browse around this section to see all of the various options.

Using FPV Goggles with RC Quadcopters

RC quadcopters (or "camera drones" as they are often known) are a perfect platform for an airborne camera system.  A small screen to view the live image is one option, but sun glare can be a problem.  Goggles get around this problem by blocking out all ambient light giving you a perfect view from your aircraft.

Watch an example of a pilot wearing FPV goggles video here